Croatia tours - luxury private tours
Private custom made tours with the insider experience
Our Croatia tours are usually multi-day tours made to give you the best experience in Croatia. Each small luxury tour is suitable for a change according to your destination preferences. We create our Croatian tours to help you get to know Croatia, the Adriatic Sea and its beautiful islands, national parks, and the internationally known Adriatic pearls such as Dubrovnik, Korčula, Hvar, Trogir, and Split.
Dubrovnik – one and only
It is almost impossible to visit Croatia and not visit Dubrovnik in the south of Dalmatia.
If you start your vacation in Dubrovnik, that’s a perfect start to explore the Dalmatian coast.
Dubrovnik will delight you in all possible ways. The city under the protection of UNESCO shows its history very proudly. Its churches like St. Blaise or the Cathedral with its treasury will take your breath away. You’ll also see the inevitable Onofrio’s fountains, and the walls surrounding the city and where you can watch one of the most beautiful sunsets on the Adriatic.
Dubrovnik is also an excellent gastronomic destination; from Michelin-starred restaurants with prestigious modern cuisine or imaginative fusions of Dalmatian and contemporary dishes and many small family-owned restaurants that offer traditional cuisine whose flavors you will remember well, such as ‘peka‘.
Visit the oldest Farmacy in Europe, the beautiful Franciscan monastery, take a break in the old port of Dubrovnik and walk along the main Dubrovnik street – Stradun, which leads from one to the other gate of the old town.
In addition to its historical role, Dubrovnik still attracts filmmakers. It becomes recognizable as a scene in one of the most popular HBO series, The Game of Thrones.
That’s why we suggest spending a minimum of three nights in Dubrovnik.
See Dubrovnik from the air, on one of our helicopter flights over Dubrovnik, or even all the way to Korcula and Hvar. If you are more inclined to less adrenaline pleasure, take the cable car to Srđ hill and see what the pearl of the southern Adriatic and its islands looks like.
Dubrovnik city tours are a unique experience. If you have the opportunity to spend several days, then book one day for a daily takeoff in the vicinity of Dubrovnik in Cavtat or Konavle. You will not forgive yourself if you leave Dubrovnik and have not tasted the fantastic oysters and seen the longest European walls in Ston. And when you are already there, we suggest a visit to very famous Croatian wineries at Pelješac peninsula and taste some of the best Croatian wines.
But luckily for you, Dubrovnik and southern Dalmatia have a lot more to show.
If you came to Croatia for vitamin Sea, then be sure to set aside a day to enjoy the beautiful archipelago of the Elaphite Islands. It is the Mediterranean as you imagined, as the island of Lokrum to the beautiful Šipan.
It takes only two hours to drive with your guide and a private luxury vehicle to a small port in Orebić and in just 20 minutes by ferry, you will see ‘A small Dubrovnik’ – Korčula. Korčula’s history, its wines, Marco Polo’s birthplace, palaces, churches, streets, and architecture will win you over in an instant.
In only one hour from Dubrovnik by car, you’ll be in Montenegro. We would gladly take you to old Kotor town, Perast or Budva. Or in the other direction – to Bosnia and Herzegovina, to beautiful Mostar or on a pilgrimage to Medjugorje.
You can leave Dubrovnik – either by sea, a modern catamaran, or on a private yacht towards Korčula, Hvar, Mljet, or Vis. Sailing is still an unforgettable experience of Dalmatia, Dalmatian islands.
However, you may decide to take the road across Neum to Split. The pleasure of driving through southern Dalmatia will be accompanied by many sighs of delight at the scenes that will slip before your eyes.
Adriatic Cities under UNESCO protection
Split is an Adriatic city that you must visit. Apart from being an important traffic center with many ferry connections to the Adriatic islands, Split is also a beautiful city with a rich history. Its oldest European Cathedral, St. Domnius, and the Roman Emperor’s summer palace from the 3rd century AD, Diocletian palace under the UNESCO protection, are still inhabited.
Let Trogir, together with Split, be the next of your destinations in our UNESCO day trip to fully experience millennial history.
Trogir is full of influential art and culture.
From Split, visit Hvar – the sunniest Croatian island – on one of our excursions by private yacht, or Brač with one of the most famous Croatian beaches. Or you can like almost everyone – go to see the Blue and Green Cave on the island of Vis.
The Dalmatian islands provide real enjoyment of the Adriatic, excellent wines, excellent traditional dishes, and the island of Hvar is undoubtedly one of the pioneers of nightlife on the Adriatic.
The Adriatic Sea is an experience in itself. It has had a massive impact on the emergence of cities on the coast and Adriatic islands.
A mixture of history and national parks
Along the Adriatic coast after the city of Trogir, a beautiful riviera awaits you, leading to the millennial Šibenik. The town is surrounded by fortifications that have defended the city for centuries. Here is the church of St. Jakob, which is another protected UNESCO heritage site on the Adriatic coast. The nearby Krka National Park attracts with its waterfalls, among which is the highest in Croatia – Manojlovac.
Zadar is the next Adriatic city that is on our way included in our small or private luxury tours. The town of Zadar is surrounded by walls and under the protection of UNESCO. However, Zadar is trying to have some ‘new’ tourist attractions for its guests. So today, apart from the beautiful sunset on the west coast of the city, not far from the church of St. Donat, you can enjoy while the sea plays the Sea Organ, as well as the fantastic installation ‘The Salutation to the Sun‘. When we leave Zadar, we set off towards the most famous Croatian national park – Plitvice Lakes.
Plitvice is a real miracle of nature. Many lakes are divided into two groups on the Upper and Lower lakes, attracting more and more tourists every year. We will set aside at least 3 to 4 hours for a tour of the park, led by local professional guides who will show us the best of this limestone beauty in the heart of Lika.
Opatija is entirely different from everything you have seen so far in the southern Adriatic. It is elegant, glamorous, and full of parks, with a beautiful promenade by the sea and a tourism tradition of over 150 years.
After Opatija’s fable, the road takes us to Istria, popularly called the Magic Land. Red soil, hilly landscape, excellent food, excellent wines, and Italy’s proximity have influenced the Istrian peninsula over the centuries. Istria is mostly bilingual. Both Croatian and Italian are spoken and taught in schools. Italy and Venice’s influence is felt on every corner, which makes it different from southern Dalmatia. Istria is also called ‘little Tuscany’ out of love, but also because it resembles Tuscany.
In Istria, we take you on a truffle hunt, a real treat in Istria. It’s good to know that the largest truffle ever found in the world was found in Istria. Motovun is one of the towns in Istria that developed on the top of the hill where you can see deep into Mirna’s river valley. Rovinj is a place loved by all who come to Istria. Its excellent hotels, resorts on nearby islands and famous restaurants, and an old city full of art galleries, souvenir shops, squares, and steep streets are Rovinj’s attractions. Poreč will amaze you with the famous Euphrasian Basilica, and Pula with one of the best-preserved amphitheaters in the world, the Roman emperor Vespasian.
Zagreb is the capital of Croatia
It’s time for Zagreb, Croatia’s capital, the largest city. Zagreb is a modern European city with the charm of a gentleman in his prime, the city of art, museums, university, business. Zagreb’s experience is always different, from a very famous Christmas market or beautiful sunny days in the Croatian capital.
Zagreb is an old Central European city whose center is divided into the Lower and Upper towns. They are connected by the shortest funicular in the world and different in their age. The Upper Town is mostly of medieval origin. The Lower Town developed during the 18th and 19th centuries with famous Austrian architects’ help, with beautiful city parks and squares. Today, Zagreb is a city with one of the most visited Christmas fairs in Europe, a city full of young people worldwide, and with the best offer of restaurants and bars in Croatia.
We plan to visit the most beautiful Croatian castles from Zagreb, The Baroque capital Varaždin, Trakošćan castle, and Ljubljana, Slovenia’s capital.
We are looking forward to join us on Croatia Attractions luxury tours!